30-Jun-08 13:37 | 136 comments | apache, cheatsheet, mod_rewrite, reference, webdev
The second version of the mod_rewrite Cheat Sheet, a quick reference guide for mod_rewrite, with rewrite flags, regular expression syntax and sample rules.
The Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet, a quick reference guide for bash and other command line tools in Linux.
30-Jun-08 12:33 | 361 comments | cheatsheet, css, design, html, reference, webdesign
The second version of the CSS Cheat Sheet, a quick reference guide for CSS, listing selector syntax, properties, units and other useful bits of information.
05-Jun-13 09:04 | 1 comments | languagenut, client, edtech, award
I have been lucky enough to work regularly for the last few months with a great educational outfit, LanguageNut. They have great drive, plenty of ambition and are growing fast, and that's been rewarded this week!
LanguageNut have been named as one of Europe's 20 Fastest Growing and Most Innovative E-learning Companies. The top three companies will be announced at EdTech Europe on the 14th June. Good luck!
As a new freelancer, your cash flow is everything. You can produce stellar work, on time and under budget, but if you run out of money then the game is over. Here are a few tips for minimising the risks.
23-Nov-03 11:28 | 35 comments | htaccess, apache, for beginners
Apache allows you to customize the server at the directory level, using .htaccess files. This tutorial explains how to use them to serve custom 404 error (page not found), and other common error pages, to your users.
29-Aug-12 13:17 | 19 comments | php, development, ecommerce, open source, magento, opencart, prestashop, drupal, oscommerce, wired
Just a few short years ago, options for Open Source PHP ecommerce platforms were extremely limited, and often the only way to put together an ecommerce store online was to have a bespoke system built. Not any more, though - now there are plenty of options. We take a look at the top five contenders to see what each has to offer.
META tags are rarely used well, but can be a boost to your search engine placement. This guide explains which tags to use and how to use them effectively.
A cheat sheet for the discerning historian: Kings and Queens of the United Kingdom.
19-May-06 08:34 | 116 comments | web, marketing, webdesign, seo, guide, search, optimization, tutorials, online marketing, for beginners
Wondering why you should hire someone to market your website and how they should go about doing it? Hopefully this article can help.